TKB And The Moral Dilemma

After throwing back one too many drinks, a handsome guy in a bar confidently asks a gorgeous woman, “Would you sleep with me for a million dollars?”

The woman thinks for a bit and says “Yes.” The man then asks, “Well, how about $100,000?” The woman thinks a bit more and says “OK.”

Then the man asks, “How about for $50?” And the woman says, “Of course not! What do you think I am?” To which the man replies, “We already established WHAT, now we’re just haggling over the price.”


This week, I began to have an internal conflict after screening a client only to find out that he’s the pastor of a local church… and subsequently screwing the HELL out of him (no pun intended). Just happy it wasn’t this pastor.

It’s only been a few months, but after this experience I’ve been thinking, maybe I should retire my whore hat.

This encounter has me reflecting on the institution of marriage. For the sake of you that are new to my blog, I will tell you straight away that I am a pro lol.

I am pro women and I am pro marriage. It is my belief that women (and society) benefit wholeheartedly from it. Marriage is an exchange.

Do Women trade sex for something they value. Love, safety, shelter, food or whatever?

Do men marry just so they have a dedicated paid piece of tail? A servant and entertainer mixed in with the sex?


If you must marry, marry well, right? For women marrying well means marrying into money. For men, it means marrying the domestic type who will have lots of babies, keep a hot meal on the table and never have a headache. It helps if she doesn’t have a gag reflex too! You get my point. I wouldn’t dare say that marriage is legalized prostitution. Even if it is, it is beneficial.


I know there are some people who still  marry for love. But, imho, even my pastor’s wife married not just for love but also for the power that comes along with being the 1st lady of a large internationally known church.

My brain is in overdrive right now and I keep reminding myself that I’ve always been a KEPT woman, well before 2013 and it has nothing to do with not being able to take care of myself.

I am an educated woman with an entrepreneurial spirit and multiple streams of income, I am more than able do take myself and quite adept at it.

If I stopped tomorrow, I could no longer go on the weekly shopping sprees that I have become so accustomed to and I wouldn’t be able to give to charitable causes as often as I do now.

But I could live very comfortably, as my home, cars and education are all paid for. I don’t have any debt and I have my businesses that I built from the ground up.

If I stopped escorting tomorrow, I would probably still be a sugar baby and would definately continue to date men who are well to do and powerful. There’s something about a powerful man that gives me a head rush.

Fact remains that if I left the escort business I’d still be a kept woman because I’m addicted to the kept lifestyle.

Decisions, decisions.


2 thoughts on “TKB And The Moral Dilemma

    • Thank you, kindly. I blog about my life and the things I’m passionate about: Sex (Work), Love, Fat Acceptance and finding Beauty in all things. Honesty is a very necessary component, as it provides the men and women who read my blog, a very authentic experience. Feel free to comment anytime. Thanks for reading.

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